Incubation

Learn the Technology, from the Leader

AI VILLAGE is going to launch incubation centers in schools and colleges through Greentech Club. The aim of this club is to make our students aware about health education and pollution control. Greentech club promote innovation driven activities at the institute and provide comprehensive and integrated range of support including space, mentoring, training programs, networking and an array of other benefits.

The first set of activities of Greentech Club will be Waste management through advanced technologies.AI and robotics together improve processes through the various stages, from garbage collection to transportation, sorting and recycling. By incorporating a variety of technologies, including machine learning (ML), deep learning (DL), and computer vision, a number of solutions have emerged that are likely to improve the efficiency and productivity of waste management. The current waste management systems are unable to efficiently deal with the tons of garbage that are generated every day. Automating the processes of garbage sorting and disposal, by switching to artificial intelligence (AI) for smart recycling and waste management, is expected to bring in better disposal methods to recycle sustainably.

Greentech clubs also promoting the advantages of implementing AI in Agriculture field

Agriculture field and Artificial Intelligence

The use of Artificial intelligence in agriculture helps the farmers to understand the data insights such as temperature, precipitation, wind speed, and solar radiation. The data analysis of historic values, offers a better comparison of the desired outcomes. The best part of implementing AI in agriculture that it won’t eliminate the jobs of human farmers rather it will improve their processes.

AI provides more efficient ways to produce, harvest and sell essential crops.

AI implementation emphasis on checking defective crops and improving the potential for healthy crop production.

The growth in Artificial Intelligence technology has strengthened agro-based businesses to run more efficiently.

AI is being used in applications such as automated machine adjustments for weather forecasting and disease or pest identification.

Artificial intelligence can improve crop management practices thus, helping many tech businesses invest in algorithms that are becoming useful in agriculture.

AI solutions have the potential to solve the challenges farmers face such as climate variation, an infestation of pests and weeds that reduce yields.